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White Rock Canyon

As you paddle down past mile 8, you enter Bandelier National Monument this is a side of the monument that many of the daily visitors will never get to witness. Here the river begins to slow down and the sounds scape takes hold, Redwing Black birds and Warblers sang the song of their people and it was easy to get lost in the peacefulness of paddle cadence

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Gila River Expedition

Most folks opt to run the Gila Wilderness in 4 or 5 days. It’s 40 miles, Class II to III- whitewater and incredibly beautiful. The river itself snakes through its canyon in tight turns creating blind corners and perfect opportunities for wood, trees, and other items washed down by floods to get stuck and create potentially deadly hazards. By taking your time on this river, packing food and supplies for most of a week in either small rafts or inflatable kayaks, you can paddle slow, pick great campsites, enjoy breathtaking views, soak in hot springs and go on some amazing side hikes… We did it in 2 days.

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